In-line Sample Heater Brings Samples Up from Storage Temperature, Maintains at Body Temperature
Jan 30 2008
By handling the sample fluid within a contained, single unit, the sample can be easily heated to reaction temperature without being exposed to cooling elements. The sample is aspirated into an inert fluid line, heated to temperature, and dispensed directly to the reaction vessel to mix with reagents. The single line assembly, with no connection points, eliminates the collection of sample fluid in dead spaces to prevent carryover problems.
DIBAâs In-line Sample Heaters, Flared Tubing Assemblies, and Torque Right fittings produce a consistent fluid path and internal tubing diameter in any type of fluid line, eliminating leaks, dead volumes and carryover problems. DIBA also offers a complete line of aspirate/dispense, piercing, level sensing, vented, fluoropolymer coated and fluoropolymer lined reagent and sample transfer probes.
In This Edition Chromatography Articles - Comparing techniques for flow rate measurement in Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry & Spectroscopy Articles - APGC: A Better Future with...
View all digital editions
Feb 24 2024 San Diego, CA, USA
Feb 29 2024 Dhaka, Bangladesh
Feb 29 2024 Kathmandu, Nepal
Mar 03 2024 Bethesda, MA, USA
Mar 04 2024 Guanghzou, China